Ron is hired to speak regularly about topics such as intrapreneurship, climate change, strategy, innovation and future trends.
He uses the best business books and business thinkers as the backdrop and context and creates a rich tapestry of concepts for the audience to consider and think about.
Ron helps build businesses. He has worked all over Europe and the USA with a variety of clients. He is respected keynote speaker, mentor and author of entrepreneurship and strategy focused books.
Ron combines social media, narrative, story telling, dialogue learning, collective wisdom, peer-to-peer and social learning with innovation, intrapreneurship and strategy. Ultimately helping businesses to succeed.
“Ron is a dynamic, talented speaker with a real flair for succinctly pulling together the words, ideas and images needed for a particular event. He is reliable and conscientious with a wealth of sound business and related knowledge that can be applied in many contexts. But best of all Ron is easy to work with and is good fun!”
“I would describe Ron as a futurologist, societal change maven and an innovation grenade, often at the same time. His talks are highly informative, educational, thought-provoking and adaptable for different audiences“
“I have witnessed Ron Immink ‘holding’ audiences attention, completely enraptured and engaged by the journey Ron was taking them on“
“Ron brings a wealth of ‘insider’ knowledge to his talks and speaking events to challenge and stretch our own thinking to imagine and visualise the world of business from new, interesting and compelling angles. Its impossible not be totally absorbed and engaged by his informative, direct and witty style“
“Ron is an excellent public speaker. He really engaged our audience and did a really good session on business strategy and looking at making our organisation more future based in our thinking”
Clients vary from enterprise support organisations, startups, conferences and large corporates. He has worked with Climate-KIC, Ulster Bank, RBS, IMEX, CPA, CIMA, Enterprise Ireland, FAS, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin City University, European Bank of Reconstruction and Development, Deloitte, Primark, PWC, AIG, Sunday Business Post, and many more.